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Quarterly Recaps

Fall 2015 HIV/AIDS

The Fall 2015 Quarterly Conversations in Global Health focused on the spectrum of issues that surround and stem from H IV/AIDS. Topics discussed include current research being done in the field, HIV/AIDS as a global health concern, and the social effects of stigma related to HIV/AIDS.

Winter 2016 Gun Violence as a Health Issue

UC San Diego’s Annual Horizons of Global Health Research Symposium is a unique opportunity for Global Health students to present their research about the diversity of global health work around the world. The conference features an undergraduate research poster session and a keynote speaker. This event celebrates the end of the academic year and the success of our graduates.

Spring 2016 Refugee Health

We had yet another very successful Quarterly Conversation in Global Health on Monday, May 16th on the Topic of Refugee Health!

Fall 2016 Gender Inequalities from a Health Perspective

The first Quarterly Conversations in Global Health of the academic year, entitled, “Gender Inequalities from a Health Perspective” took place on November 2nd, 2016 at the Great Hall, International House at UC San Diego.

Spring 2017 Climate Change & Health

UC San Diego’s Annual Horizons of Global Health Research Symposium is a unique opportunity for Global Health students to present their research about the diversity of global health work around the world. The conference features an undergraduate research poster session and a keynote speaker. This event celebrates the end of the academic year and the success of our graduates.

Fall 2017 Child & Maternal Health

This event featured three panelists who presented their research, insights and experiences on various health issues concerning mothers and their infants, a topic which occupies a key position in the field of global health.

Winter 2018 Opioid Epidemic

The Winter 2018 QCGH featured four panelists who presented their research, insights and experiences on various health issues as they pertain to the dynamics of the opioid epidemic, an issue that is currently plaguing public health and needs optimal focus.

Fall 2018 Global Health & Technology

In a world of rapidly evolving technology, new innovations continue to positively transform healthcare around the globe. Come hear from experts about new health technologies being created in the modern age, and how these will affect global health.

Winter 2019 Humanitarian Aid

Humanitarian action is intended to “save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity during and after man-made crises and disasters caused by natural hazards, as well as to prevent and strengthen preparedness for when such situations occur”. Join us for a discussion on the efficacy of current humanitarian efforts, including the recent work of aid organizations and how we can improve upon old mistakes to prepare for future disasters.

Winter 2020 Global Mental Health

Global Mental Health is the area of research, practice, and advocacy that places priority on improving and achieving equity in mental health. Now more than ever, Global Mental Health is a growing concern in the United States and internationally. Low and middle income countries are home to more than 80% of the global population, with less than 20% containing resources to aid in mental health issues. As violence and turmoil increases in these global populations, effective treatment is important to improve the lives of people living with these disorders in all countries. Whether it be a temporary, mild condition or more persistent and serious condition, it is a concern for all humans. Join us for a discussion on mental health and its impact on global health.

Fall 2019 Migrant Caravan & Health

More people are on the move now than ever before as thousands of Central American migrants have made their way to the U.S. border to flee violence at home. This rapid increase of population movement has important public health implications, and therefore requires an adequate response from the health sector. Ratified international human rights standards and conventions exist to protect the rights of migrants and refugees, including their right to health. Nevertheless, many refugees and migrants often lack access to health services and financial protection for health. Join us for a discussion on the region’s largest so-called caravan on record and its impact on global health.

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